“If you fail to plan, you plan to fail…“
Successful businesses plan, track, analyse and constantly aim to improve. If you apply the same logic to your body transformation, you are much more likely to get the results you want.
Will power gets you started. Planning, organisation and tracking are what keep you going.
Organisation and Planning
Your Next Steps
- There are 4 areas below to read through
- Use the action steps to take immediate action
- See which stories relate to you
“You cannot change what you don’t track…”
You can track a lot of different variables, such as weight, body fat, measurements, body photos, etc. Without tracking it’s not possible to know if you’re going in the right direction or not.
When you track, you are more accountable for your results. Adjustments can also be made if you’re not going in the right direction. An objective view, like I’ve lost 1kg of body fat this week, is often better than a subjective one, like I feel like I’ve lost weight but I’m not sure.
“Being organised is being in control…”
When you are in control of your life, your health and your fitness you will be able to change it. Left unattended, it will most likely be inefficient and of poor quality.
Learn to take back control and start making changes today.
“Because no one gets it right first time…”
Can you think of a time when you’ve not had to practice a new skill to get better at it?
The truth is that learning how to train and eat effectively for you is a process. A process of learning and tweaking to make things easier and get better results.
The process of transforming your body is the same. You have to be prepared to refine your workouts, eating habits and life habits to get the results you want to see.
“Success is where preparation and opportunity meet..”
Have you ever walked around the supermarket hungry, tired and picking up whatever you feel like? You return home with poor quality food usually.
The same is true for your workouts. If you decide what to do when you’re at the gym half way through a workout, you will make poor decisions. Preparing your workouts and food before you need them is the key to success.